All websites across the www are, in general, seeking to grow and engage their online audience. The Femdom community is no exception.
Blogging is a great strategy to boost your SEO especially if Google is dismissing your website as sedentary. Not only does it excite the ‘spiders’ but the new blog post will become part of your indexable content. Creating content with authoritative, keyword-rich text is how you will stand out from your competition and position yourself as an authority on your speciality niches.
Blogging is also a great way to engage and build a relationship between yourself and potential clients; sharing your knowledge and experience should help instil in them the confidence needed to reach out and contact you.
How to blog and what to blog about, is a common conversation between me and my Femdom SEO clients, especially when writing is not their natural calling. Here is a blogging method that can easily be applied to the Femdom, Fetish and BDSM niche. Let’s explore the concept further…
“Something OLD, Something NEW, Something BORROWED, something BLUE”
What are some topics that would fall under this title:
- A History of BDSM – so vast and varied!
- Photos from your first Femdom photoshoot – show us a now and then, how have you evolved?
- Your own history in the BDSM and Fetish scene, what brought you to the BDSM and Femdom world?
- Who were the movers and shakers when you were introduced to professional domination
- How has ProDomming changed in the last 20/30/40 years?
- How has the internet made a difference in professional domination?
- Remember when there was a busy fetish nightlife in London? Documenting those clubs and venues, the outfits you wore and the friends you made will serve as valuable insight for future generations.
- Recent experiences of session stories
- What’s new in your Playspace?
- Recent photoshoots
- Upcoming travels
- Upcoming events
- Testimonials. Ask your clients to create reviews that you can share is possibly the easiest way to create original content. (you could dedicate a blog category for Testimonials only and link to them from your navigation – WordPress users only)
- Feature someone or something else in your posts.
- Talk about other people – who do you admire or who inspires you, what do you like about their work? Could be another ProDomme, or an actress, celebrities, designers, authors, musicians – not necessarily in a BDSM context but better if they are! It’s surprising how often BDSM makes an appearance in mainstream culture.
- Or, perhaps a review of your favourite piece of equipment, with a little promo for the company who made it.
- Something personal: erotic writing, poetry, art you’ve created.
- A dream or fantasy you wish to fulfil.
- Past regrets, future hopes.
More importantly, and I touched on this earlier, blog posts are your chance to wax lyrical on all of your favourite types of play and interests, so if you have already posted a list of the types of scenes that you do indulge in, then you already have a very good list of blog posts! It’s a perfect opportunity to flex your muscle in your chosen speciality.
Set yourself a 12 – week challenge to write 1 new post per week. Rotate through the ideas above and of course add your own – express your ideas and opinions, throw in some self-promotion and insight to who you are both as a professional and as a person. ALWAYS include photos and always remember to tweet your new post ( and don’t be scared to retweet yourself in case people have missed the tweet the first time around)
People doing it well already: